Time Magazine just named the Green Design 100 -- a list of the top 100 best, brightest and sexiest innovations in the green design kingdom. Their technology category yielded six uber cool green gadgets that I must say are getting my normally well-behaved consumer muscles twitching.
The 6 Green Design Technology winners are...
Dell Studio Hybrid (above) -- the smallest PC in Dell's lineup, it wraps computing power with 70% less energy consumption in a sleek wood casing.
Baylus Revolution -- a crank-powered mp3 player/radio/phone charger/LED flashlight all in one.
Griffin AirCurve -- using nothing other than spiraling plexi, this simple passive device turns your iPhone into a portable boom box.
Samsung Blue Earth -- available in 2010, the touchscreen phone is both solar-powered and made from recycled plastic!
Solio -- by Better Energy Systems, a popular portable solar charger that can be kept in your pocket but fans out to reveal 3 solar panels.
Asus U6V -- a 12" bamboo encased laptop that provides one of the highest rankings in energy efficiency.
See all the design winners on Time.com: The Green Design 100.
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